Uka

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Uka (Russian: Ука) was a rural locality (a selo) in Karaginsky District of Koryak Autonomous Okrug, Soviet Union, located near the mouth of the Uka River, on the shore of the Bering Sea.[1] It was served by Uka Airport. The village was abolished on December 13, 1974 as it was depopulated.[2]

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Coordinates: 57°50′42″N 162°06′03″E / 57.84500°N 162.10083°E / 57.84500; 162.10083